Sunday, January 31, 2010

Under A Buck Without Coupons at Walmart 1/31 - 2/6

Want to get a great deal at Walmart, but don't have the time to clip coupons? Here's a list of some of the items under $1.00 this week at Walmart, according to the weekly ad.

$.68 - Hass avocados, each
$.78 - White onions, per pound
$.88 - Rotel diced tomatoes with chilies
$1.00 - Great Value hamburger or hot dog buns
$1.00 - Roma tomatoes, per pound

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Under Two Bucks Without Coupons at Target 1/31 - 2/6

Want to get a great deal at Target, but don't have the time to clip coupons? Here's a list of some of the items under $2.00 this week at Target, according to the weekly ad. Some items may only be available at SuperTarget stores.

$.90 - Gerber 2nd foods, 2-pk 3.5 oz
$.99 - Roma tomatoes, per pound
$.99 - Jumbo avocados, each
$1.00 - SoBe Lifewater, 20 oz
$1.00 - Pepsi, 2-liter
$1.25 - Campbell's Chunky beef & bean chili, 19 oz
$1.99 - 80% lean ground chuck, 1-lb. package
$2.00 - Kraft shredded or block cheese, 6 to 8 oz
$2.00 - Sweethearts, 8 pk
$2.00 - Brach's small conversation hearts, 18 oz

Check out Cha Ching Queen and Coupon Geek for more Target deals!

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Menu Plan: Super Bowl Noshing

Another Monday, another meal plan.

I've been cooking for the freezer this weekend - not full meals, but ingredients that will help make meals come together quicker.  I've made whole-wheat French breads, chicken broth, and crockpot applesauce.  Still to come are tomato sauce and pinto beans.  So I'll be incorporating these ingredients into meals this week.

At the end of the week... Super Bowl Sunday!  This is one of my favorite meals to make all year, and one of my kids' favorites to eat!  Instead of making a main course, I make several appetizers to nosh on throughout the game.

So here's what's on the menu:

Monday - pinto bean chili over brown rice

Tuesday - beef lo mein over thin whole wheat spaghetti noodles

Wednesday - mushroom and cheese pizza on homemade whole wheat crust, cut up veggies

Thursday - whole wheat pasta and tomato sauce with whole wheat garlic bread, salad

Friday - chicken soup with matzo balls, challah, baked chicken, tabbouleh salad

Saturday - leftover extravaganza

Sunday - Super Bowl snacks: jalapeno poppers, nachos, chili, veggies and dip, breadsticks with tomato sauce for dipping

Check out Menu Plan Monday and Monday Menus for other plans!

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Recipe: Jalapeno Poppers

With Super Bowl Sunday comes one of my favorite meal plans of the year.  I make several appetizers, and we nosh on them throughout the game.  (My kids love this meal, too!)   One of my favorite things to make is jalapeno poppers.  They're a little spicy, though not as much as you might expect, since the creamy cheesy filling cuts the bite of the jalapeno.  And they're delicious!  Though I must admit that this is not the most healthy of recipes, it's certainly fine occasionally.  And certainly it is much less expensive than buying them at the store.

I modified this recipe from one I found on  Make sure to wear gloves when you seed the peppers (removing the membranes as well) and not to touch your eyes.  I learned this lesson the hard way!

Jalapeno Poppers

4 oz. cream cheese, softened
4 oz. shredded Monterey Jack or Cheddar cheese
8 jalapeno peppers, seeded and halved
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup all-purpose flour
1/2 cup bread crumbs
oil for frying

In a bowl, mix the cream cheese and shredded cheese.  Spoon mixture into halved jalapenos.  Put milk, flour, and bread crumbs into separate bowls.  Dip the stuffed jalapenos into the milk, then into the flour.  Allow to dry for 10 minutes.  Dip the pepper halves into the milk again and then into the breadcrumbs, and let dry again.

In a skillet, heat the oil and deep fry the jalapenos until golden brown, 2 to 3 minutes each.  Remove and drain on a paper towel.

Check out more money saving ideas at Money Saving Monday, and more recipes at:

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Saturday, January 30, 2010

AtTENding to Our Finances in 2010 January update

Now that's the end of January, it's time to look at my family's financial goals for the year and see what progress we're making.  As I posted at the beginning of the year, here are our financial goals:

  • Save up and pay cash for the expenses of my daughter's bat mitzvah by July 2010.  We started the year having saved 58% of the necessary money.  It was a tough month, with insurance and unexpected home repair expenses.  Still, we were able to save enough to have 64% of the required amount.
  • Save up a proper emergency fund by December 2010.  No action on this goal  We have about 10% of the amount necessary.
  •  Once those two goals are finished, pay off our home equity line.  No action on this goal.  We did pay the interest accrued on the loan.
How are you doing on your 2010 financial goals? Post them (or a link to your blog) in the comments.

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Friday, January 29, 2010

Under a Buck Without Coupons at Walgreens 1/31/10 - 2/6/10

Trying to keep your Walgreens bill low, but don't have time to go through coupons or figure out complex Register Rewards deals?

Here are some of the items that are under $1.00 this week.  All you'll need is the weekly ad, which you can pick up in the store, and a pair of scissors to cut out the in-ad coupons.

  • FREE - Zicam (after instant coupon and Register Rewards)
  • FREE - Vitamin Schtlick Lip care (after Register Rewards)
  • FREE - Blink Tears (after Register Rewards)
  • FREE - Joint Juice (after Register Rewards)
  • FREE - Scalpicin Medicated Wipes (after Register Rewards)
  • $.16 - Valentines tumbler (with in-ad coupon)
  • $.20 - Royal Gelatin (with in-ad coupon)
  • $.33 - Valentines gifts or Sweethearts (with in-ad coupon)
  • $.39 - Scotch mailer or tape (with in-ad coupon)
  • $.49 - Nestle or Mentos candy (with in-ad coupon)
  • $.50 - Comet cleanser (with in-ad coupon)
  • $.50 - Toblerone (with instant coupon)
  • $.69 - Swanson chicken broth (with in-ad coupon)
  • $.79 - Green Giant vegetables (with in-ad coupon)
  • $.79 - Ajax dish liquid (with in-ad coupon)
  • $.89 - Campbell's chicken or cream of mushroom soup (with in-ad coupon)
  • $.89 - Chicken of the Sea chunk white tuna (with in-ad coupon)
  • $.89 - Puffs Facial Tissue (with in-ad coupon)
  • $.99 - Renuzit or Glade air freshener (with in-ad coupon)
  • $.99 - Valentines gift: spun figuring or laser stickers
  • $.99 - Soft and Beautiful relaxer (buy one at $4.99, get $4 Register Rewards)
  • $.99 - Carmex lip balm (with in-ad coupon)
  • $1.00 - Cereal: Kellogg's Corn Flakes, 7 oz; Post Shredded Wheat, Honey Comb, or Alpha-Bits, 4.25 - 9 oz
  • $1.00 - Lunch favorites: Easy Mac, Hamburger Helper Microwave Singles, Velvetta Shells and Cheese Cup, 4-pack Hunts Snack Pack Pudding, Deerfield Farms dried fruit
  • $1.00 - Photo CD with digital or print order (with in-ad coupon)
Of course, by using coupons and figuring out Register Rewards deals, you can get some of these items and many more for less or even for free!  Check out Money Saving Mom, Couponing to Disney, Frugal Shopping with Julie, Coupon Geek, and Deal Seeking Mom for more Walgreens deals!

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Under a Buck Without Coupons at CVS 1/31/10 - 2/6/10

Are you trying to keep your CVS bill low, but don't have time to clip coupons or figure out complex ECB deals this week?  Or are you so focused on using coupons that you've missed the best price deals?

Here are some of the items that are on sale for under $1.00 this week, without coupons.  The only thing you'll need is your CVS card.

$.67 - Nestle or Hershey's singles
$.89 - CVS tissues, white facial 110 ct
$.99 - Colgate MaxFresh or 2-in-1 kids (pay $2.99, receive $2 in ECBs)
$.99 - Renuzit adjustables, 7.5 oz
$.99 - Glad air freshener 9 oz or scented oil warmer 1 ct
$.99 - Nips
$.99 - Orbit Mist or 5 gum, 14-15 ct
$.99 - Valentine gift bags (prices starting at $.99)
$.99 - Valentine cards (prices starting at $.99)
$1.00 - Dollar Days items
$1.00 - Select grocery or snack items (pictured: CVS elbow macaroni, Honey Nut Cheerios cup)

Of course, if you do use coupons and work ECB deals, you can purchase many other items for under a buck or even for free!  Check out Money Saving Mom, Deal Seeking Mom, "Deal"icious Mom, Couponing to Disney, Mid Atlantic Deals and Steals, Coupon Geek, and The Centsible Sawyer for more CVS deals.

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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Friday Follies: Blowing the budget (link up your follies, too!)

Friday Follies is a weekly feature here at Frugal Follies, where you can link up your story about a crazy, silly, or just boneheaded thing you did in the name of frugality. Last week I told the story about my garbanzo cake disaster; in previous weeks I shared my story about buying Rome apples for school lunches and about the strange thing in my freezer.

This week's biggest folly for me has to be my trip to the local Albertsons store closing sale.  As I tell my story here, I went to the sale without having a plan.  Though I did get some good bargains, I ended up spending almost $80, way past my budget of $60.  Ah, well.  Such is life, and I'll have to pay for it by having an even smaller weekly budget for the next month.

Link up your good shopping stories at my other linkup, Wednesday Weekly Shopping, and check out more fails at Friday Fails

What funny or crazy things have you done in the name of frugality? Please leave a link to your post below.  I would appreciate it if you had a link back to Friday Follies in your post!  If you don't have a blog, then leave a comment.  Thanks!

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Look what I got for $79.64 (ugh!) at Albertsons!

This is what happens when you go shopping without a plan.

I stopped by the local Albertsons, because I had heard that they were having a closeout sale. I thought I'd see what was still available. But when I saw that many of the shelves were already empty, I started picking up items that I thought I might need, and that I rarely see on sale and rarely have a coupon for.

I walked out of the store having spent $79.64. Oops. My weekly grocery budget (including paper goods and personal care items) is $60. I spent more than this week's allowance. No, since I already bought food earlier this week, I spent more than next week's allowance. Oops.

So, for the next four weeks, I'll have to limit my budget to $40 per week. Ugh.

But, on a good note, I was able to stock up on many items. For instance, I bought five packages of Goodnites for my daughter. I had already picked up three at the great Walgreens Goodnites deal, but I run out of them quickly. The shelf price was $10.49, but they were 40% off, and I had five $1.50 coupons. So each package was $4.79, an excellent price.

I also got 2 rolls of Marcal paper towels, which after discount were $1.11. I had two $1 off coupons, so I got each roll for $.11!

I stocked up on kosher meat. For those of you who do not keep kosher, you would have sticker shock to see the meat prices. It's one reason why I serve meat only two times a week or so. All kosher meat/chicken was 10% off, and since it rarely goes on sale, I bought a few months' worth. I also got Shabbat candles - over a year's worth.

I will be going back tomorrow... but this time, with a plan to get only the best deals with coupons!

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Albertsons stores closing in South Florida - great bargains!

Eight Albertsons stores in Florida, including five in South Florida, will be closing in mid-February.

The addresses of the stores are:

  • 8030 Pines Blvd., Pembroke Pines
  • 20409 State Road 7, Boca Raton
  • 4801 Linton Blvd., Delray Beach
  • 4624 Hypoluxo Road, Lake Worth
  • 12031 Southern Blvd., Loxahatchee
I went to one of the closing stores today, and they are having clearance sales on all items.  The sales were:
  • 20% off all grocery items
  • 33% off frozen foods
  • 40% off health items
  • 60% off cosmetics
  • 30% off wine
  • 10% off beer
  • 25% off liquor
  • 10% off kosher meat
The shelves were cleared in some areas, and there was plenty left in others.  If you live near an Albertsons store that is closing, you will definitely want to check out the prices.  I stocked up on many items which rarely, if ever, go on sale or have coupons for.  Tonight, I'm going to survey my coupon stash and make a plan for another trip.

Check out Krazy Coupon Lady for more Albertsons deals.

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South Florida Publix Deals 1/28 - 2/3

May thanks to Michelle at I Heart Publix for these deals. Check out her awesome site for lots of great Publix deals, and you'll see why I heart I Heart Publix!

I have corrected the prices according to the South Florida ad and removed deals that required double coupons, which is not available in Florida.  (South Florida prices are good for Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, St. Lucie, Indian River, Okeechobee, and Monroe counties.)

Don't have coupons?  Check out my Under a Buck without Coupons at Publix post.

Tyson Beef Pot Roast in Gravy or Steak Tips in Burgundy Sauce, Pork Loin in Sweet & tangy BBQ Sauce or Maple & Brown Sugar Ham, 17 oz pkg, BOGO $6.99
-$2/1 Tyson Refrigerated Entree, any 17 oz. pkg. (Publix store coupon) – Publix Family Style Spring 2010
-$.75/1 PRINT
-$1/1 PRINT
= you pay $.50 for an entree

Eight O’ Clock Coffee, Assorted Varieties, 11.5 or 12 oz bag (Excluding Decaf) BOGO $5.27
$.75/1 Eight O’Clock Coffee, Any bag – All You, February 2010
-$2/2 Eight O Clock
-$1/1 Eight O’Clock Coffee Inside Pkg
= you pay $1.76 for a bag of coffee!

Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing or Farmhouse Originals, Assorted Varieties, 16 oz bot (Excluding Organic Ranch) BOGO $3.89
-$1 off produce wyb Hidden Valley Original Ranch Salad Dressing, Any (1) 16oz. bottle Single Page flyer
-$1/1 Any Hidden Valley Ranch
 = you pay .94 for a bottle of dressing and $1 worth of produce

A.1. Steak Sauce, Assorted Varieties, 10 oz bot, BOGO $4.55
-$1/1 A.1. Steak Sauce 10 oz or larger DND5, offer valid in all states excluding ID, IN, LA, VA – Bud Light Bud Bowl 2010
-$1/2 PRINT and PRINT

= you pay 1.28 per bottle

Ocean Spray Craisins, Assorted Varieties, Sweetened Dried Cranberries or Trail Mix, 6 oz bag, BOGO $2.29
-$1/1 Ocean Spray 12oz fresh cranberries or Craisins product (except 48oz). – Peelie on Ocean Spray Juice

-Free 100 calorie six pack wyb 1 craisin-Dec. 20th 2009 Parade Magazine
= you pay .15¢ for a bag of Craisins and a 100 Calorie pack!!

Knorr Sides, Assorted Varieties, 4 to 6.4 oz pouch, BOGO $1.49
-$.55/2 Knorr Sides, Any (Publix Store Coupon) – 01-17-10 SS
-$.45/1 Knorr Item, Any Except MiniCubes (In Spanish & English) – 11-15-09 SS
Combine a Publix coupon and a MQ to get each package for as low as $.04!

Pepperidge Farm Whole Grain Bread, 15 Grain, Soft Honey Whole Wheat, 100% Whole Wheat Double Fiber, or Oatmeal, 24 oz loaf, BOGO $3.69
-$.40/1; $1/2; $.50/1 Pepperidge Farm Bread, Bagels, Rolls Or English Muffins, Any – 01-10-10 SS
-$.40/1 Pepperidge Farm Light Style Or Very Thin Bread, Any
= $1.30 per loaf with the $1/2 coupon

Yoplait Yo-Plus Yogurt, Assorted Varieties, 4 pk, 4 oz cup, BOGO $2.50
-$1/1 Yoplait YoPlus Or YoPlus Light Yogurt, Any 4-Pack (Void In LA, NV, & ND) – 01-03-10 GM
-$1/1 YoPlus
= you pay $.25 per item!

Pillsbury Toaster Strudel Pastries, Assorted Varieties, 6 ct, 11.5 oz box, BOGO $2.65
-$.35/1; $.55/2; $1/2 Pillsbury Toaster strudel pastries – 01-03-10 GM
-$1/1 PRINT
 = you pay $.33 per box with the $1/1 coupon

Alka Seltzer Plus Cold & Flu Medicine, 10 to 20 ct box or Alka-Seltzer Antacid or Pain Relief Medicine, 16 to 36 ct box, Assorted Varieties, $3.79
-$2/1 Alka-Seltzer 16-72 ct. or any Phillips’ product Green Adv Buy Flyer
-$1/1 Alka Seltzer PRINT
-$1/1 Alka-Seltzer Plus Product, Any 10 Ct. + Excludes Alka-Seltzer Antacid Products – 12-06-09 SS
-$1/1 Alka-Seltzer Product, Any Except Trial Size & Alka-Seltzer Plus Products – Save Up To $10 From Bayer HealthCare
-$1/1 Alka Seltzer Tearpad & Peelie

= you pay $.79 per box

Aleve Pain Reliever/Fever Reducer, Liquid Gels, Tablets, Caplets or Gelcaps, 20 or 24 ct bot.,, $2.99
-$5/2 Aleve, Bayer Aspirin, Alka-Seltzer Plus, Citracal, Midol, One-A-Day, or Flintstones vitamins (Excludes Aleve-D and trial sizes) Green Adv Buy Flyer
-$1/1 Aleve PRINT
-$2/1 Aleve Peelie
= FREE with both coupons

Bob Evans Original Mashed Potatoes or Garlic; or Macaroni & Cheese, 20 or 24 oz pkg, 2/$5
-$.35/1; $1/2 Bob Evans Refrigerated Side Dishes, any variety – 12-06-09 SS
-$.35/1 Bob Evans Refrigerated Side Dishes, Any – 12-06-09 RP
-$1/1 Bob Evans Side Items: Mashed Potatoes, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, or Macaroni & Cheese, any 20 – 24 oz. pkg. (Publix store coupon) – Publix Family Style Spring 2010
-$.50/1 Bob Evans Side PRINT 
= you pay $1.00 per item

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February Freezer Cooking Daze: Recipe list

Now that there's room in my freezer after doing the Eat from the Pantry Challenge, it's time to fill it back up! I'm participating in the February Freezer Cookie Daze, hosted by FishMama at Life as MOM and Crystal at Money Saving Mom. The plan is to cook for the freezer from Friday until Tuesday (not continuously, of course!).

Instead of making complete dishes for the freeer, I will be concentrating on making ingredients that I can pull from the freezer or fridge and make into future meals. Here is what I plan to be making during that time:
I'll keep you updated on my progress throughout the weekend!

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    Under a Buck Without Coupons at Publix 1/28 - 2/3

    Want to get a great deal at Publix, but don't have the time to clip coupons? Here's a list of some of the items under $1.00 this week at Publix, according to the weekly (South Florida) ad.

    $.40 - Publix yogurt, assorted varieties
    $.69 - Red Delicious apples, large, per pound
    $.74 - Ronzoni pasta, selected varieties (buy one at $1.47, get one free)
    $.85 - Knorr Sides (buy one at $1.69, get one free)
    $.88 - Kraft Barbecue sauce (buy one at $1.75, get one free)
    $.96 - Fleishmann's margarine (buy one at $1.91, get one free)
    $.99 - Bosc or Anjou pears, per pound
    $1.00 - Suave Natural shampoo or conditioner

    Check out Wednesday Weekly Shopping to see what bargains I snagged this week, and link up your bargains as well!

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    Wednesday, January 27, 2010

    Under a Buck Without Coupons at Winn-Dixie 1/27 - 2/2

    Want to get a great deal at Winn-Dixie, but don't have the time to clip coupons? Here's a list of some of the items under $1.00 this week at Winn-Dixie, according to the weekly (South Florida) ad.

    $.50 - Winn-Dixie chunk light tuna in water, 5 oz
    $.75 - Sonoma ice tea tumbler, 32 oz
    $.99 - Sanderson Farms whole chicken, per pound
    $.99 - Anjou, Bosc, or Red pears, per pound
    $.99 - OSO sweet onions, per pound
    $1.00 - Michelina frozen entrees, 4.65 - 10 oz
    $1.00 - Louisiana hot sauce, 6 oz.
    $1.00 - Del Monte vegetables, 14.5 - 15.25 oz
    $1.00 - Manwich sloppy joe sauce, 15.5 - 16 oz
    $1.00 - Hunt's pasta sauce, 26 oz.
    $1.00 - Chef Boyardee pasta, 15 oz
    $1.00 - WD hot dog or hamburger bungs, 11 oz
    $1.00 - WD old-fashioned round top or sandwich bread, 20 oz
    $1.00 - WD dried black turtle beans, 16 oz
    $1.00 - Sobe, 20 oz.
    $1.00 - Arizona tea, 42 oz.
    $1.00 - 7-Up, RC Cola, A&W, or Diet Rite, 2 liter

    Of course, if you use coupons, you can get even better deals. Check my South Florida Winn-Dixie Deals post for more information.

    Check out Wednesday Weekly Shopping to see what bargains I snagged this week, and link up your bargains as well!

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    South Florida Winn-Dixie Deals 1/27-2/2

    Here are some excellent deals at Winn-Dixie this week, along with coupon match-ups. Thanks to Jenny at Southern Savers for compiling them - check the site for more Winn-Dixie deals!

    Want to get great deals without coupons? Check my Under a Buck Without Coupons at Winn-Dixie post.

    Buy One, Get One (BOGO) deals:

  • Oscar Mayer Bologna, 16 oz regular or red rind, $3.49
    -$1 off Oscar Mayer Bologna PRINT
    = you pay $.75 per item!

  • Heinz Ketchup, 40 oz, $3.49
    -.75/1 Heinz Ketchup SS 1/03
    = you pay $1.00 per item!

  • College Inn Broth, 32 oz, $2.79
    -$1/2 College Inn Broth RP 11/15 or PRINT (IE) or PRINT (FF)
    = you pay $.80 per item!

  • Other deals:

  • Chobani Greek Yogurt, 6 oz, $1.25
    -$1 off Chobani Yogurt SS 12/13
    = you pay $.25 per item!

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    Tuesday, January 26, 2010

    Wednesday Weekly Shopping: Too much of a bargain is a bad thing

    I invite you to link to your best grocery deals below!

    I did a lot of shopping this week. I mean, a lot of shopping.

    I went to Publix twice. Besides what I got for $1.17, I made a quick Sunday run to get milk, bread, and juice, spending $9.38.

    I went to CVS twice. Combined, I spent $1.56 on the two trips and got back $2 in ECBs.

    I took a rare trip to Winn-Dixie, where I spent $7.95 on a bunch of things.

    I went to Target, where I got free Nivea body wash and cheap cream cheese. I paid with a gift card.

    And then, the other trips. I went to Walgreens and did the Goodnites deal. I had $4 in Register Rewards to spend, so, with tax, I ended up spending $20.09 (and got $5 in Register Rewards back). That was a third of what I spent the whole week! But now I won't have to buy more Goodnites (for my daughter with special needs, who isn't fully toilet-trained yet) for a while.

    I also bought some basics at Walmart and Western Beef. At Walmart I bought milk, cheese, and tortillas, without any coupons, and spend $8.66. At Western Beef, I bought eggs, tomatoes, red peppers (cheaper than the green peppers because of the cold snap that hit our area earlier this month), apples, and lemon juice, spending $9.82 without any coupons.

    And it was the lemon juice that did me in. I hadn't bought any since I ran out during the Eat from the Pantry Challenge. But I spied some off-brand lemon juice, selling at the bargain price of $.99 a quart. It was such a bargain, I had to get three!

    My total for the week was $60.48, 48 cents over my budget of $60. Had I only bought two bottles of lemon juice, I would have been under budget. Darn.

    Here's a summary of all the grocery deals from the week:

    Product Quantity Price Total - Coupon TOTAL Details

    Nivea body wash 2 $2.99 $5.98 $6.00 -$0.02 $2 1/3 RP, $1 Target IP
    Philadelphia cream cheese 1 $1.23 $1.23 $1.00 $0.23 Publix Grape mag.
    Goodnites 1 $15.59 $15.59 $1.50 $14.09 1/17 SS

    gift card

    $15.47 -$15.47


    bananas 2.7 $0.69 $1.86
    Arnold ww bread 2 $1.85 $3.69
    $3.69 BOGO
    milk 1 $3.19 $3.19
    apple juice conc. 1 $1.25 $1.25
    orange juice conc. 1 $1.25 $1.25
    Knox gelatin 1 $1.39 $1.39 $4.00 -$2.61 $4 1/24 RP
    Quaker instant oatmeal 4 $1.95 $7.78 $4.00 $3.78 $4 $1 IP


    Goodnites 3 $8.99 $26.97 $4.50 $22.47 $5 RR

    $4 RR

    $0.00 $4.00 -$4.00


    Ivory soap 4 $0.99 $3.96 $4.00 -$0.04 4 $1 12/27 P&G
    Crest 1 $1.99 $1.99 $0.75 $1.24 $1 ECB



    milk 1 $2.98 $2.98
    tortillas 1 $0.92 $0.92
    Parmesan cheese 1 $2.68 $2.68
    American cheese 1 $2.08 $2.08

    Western Beef

    tomatoes 1.97 $0.69 $1.36
    red peppers 1.32 $0.99 $1.31
    apples 1 $2.99 $2.99
    eggs 1 $1.18 $1.18
    lemon juice 3 $0.99 $2.97


    Rice Krispies 2 $1.99 $3.98 $1.00 $2.98 $1/2 1/10 RP
    Grape-Nuts 2 $2.00 $3.99 $2.00 $1.99 $1/2 1/17 SS
    mozzarella cheese 1 $1.49 $1.49
    cheddar cheese 1 $1.49 $1.49
    cream cheese 1 $0.75 $0.75 $0.75 $0.00 Publix Grape mag.

    Total Out-of-Pocket


    Check out the following to see how others shopped this week!
    How did your shopping go this week? What bargains did you get? Please leave a link to your blog post about your weekly shopping. Please link directly to your post, not to the blog itself. If you don't have a blog, please leave a comment!

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